Make proper meatballs and vegetable balls with our Lebanese spices. Sumac and golden sesame are emblems of Lebanese cuisine.
Lebanon is located on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean and can be considered one of the smallest countries in the world. However, it is also a rich country, especially because of its cuisine.
Lebanese cuisine has spread all over the world over the years, especially in Europe. It is essentially a mountain cuisine. The unique features and culinary identity of Lebanon have been shaped by invasions, explorations and many cultures, making Lebanese spices and signature Lebanese spice blends such as Lebanese za’atar famous around the world.
Lebanese cuisine is bursting with flavourful spices and delicate tastes used in sophisticated recipes. This cuisine is very colourful and rich in local ingredients.
Lebanese cuisine is made up mainly of mezze sharing platters, Lebanese tabbouleh, hummus, falafel, tzatziki, etc.
Vegetarianism is very popular in Lebanese society and is often the result of religious ethics. Traditionally, meat was only eaten during celebrations and events. The cuisine revolves mainly around wheat, seasonal vegetables, olives and dairy products.
The Lebanese spices most commonly used in Lebanese cuisine are ‘Lebanese thyme’ (or za’atar), coriander, nigella and sumac, with coriander being the Lebanese spice par excellence.
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